Answer: Perhaps none of them. Each sees through their egoism, and it is already the wrong reality. It is a person’s internal reality, but it is revealed in an incorrect, distorted form.
We can more or less see the same reality because we have the same senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
But our perception of reality is limited by natural boundaries. For example, we don’t need to see this whole world from a certain perspective in order to enter the next world.
Every individual comes into this world in order to perform a mission, and a Kabbalist does not aim at feeling all the people; there is no need to do so. It is enough for a Kabbalist to feel his small group in order to receive the Upper Light of correction through it and then to convey the Light of correction through him to all of mankind, to the whole system called one soul.
According to The Book of Zohar the whole world is inside a person. This doesn’t mean that people have to connect through their physical bodies; they have to connect through their desires. Desires are not people; they the network inside us which ties all of us together and where we all exist together undivided.
A Kabbalist influences the desire in which all seven billion people are integrally and mutually connected inseparably as one common general system.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 9/18/16